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Re: HOPTONS in early PA tied to TN HOPTONS?
Posted by: Chuck Brady Date: March 08, 2000 at 06:19:00
In Reply to: HOPTONS in early PA tied to TN HOPTONS? by Janelle of 98

There was a John Hopton in the tax records of Chester Co., PA in 1715, he would be too old for the John you're looking for. He did have a son named John who was mentioned in his will. There was also a Hopton family living in Phila. Co., in the early 1700's also. An Edward in 1715 and William in the 1730s. Hope this will give you a starting point.


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